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REFLECT-o-LAY Filament - 2-85 mm - 125 g

REFLECT-o-LAY Filament - 2-85 mm - 125 g

retro-reflective objects - what things may you print?

  • Fashion accessoires
  • savety gadgets for bikers
  • to sew on patches,
  • laser reflective
  • big distance marking points
  • parts for experimental cars
They will „glow“ when lighted up by other light beams at road or highways. The filament is flexible and filled with millions of reflective pigments. This pigments occour as little dots out of the ourface of filament and ofcourse after printing. They send incoming light back, as the drawing describes

Printing
  • 4 mm nozzle, sticks well at roughened capton and most other
  • cold to 60° plattform
  • 210°C / cold (20°C) or hot plattform
  • best refl. effect with low !!! feeding rate


REFLECT-o-LAY Filament - 1-75 mm - 125 g

REFLECT-o-LAY Filament - 1-75 mm - 125 g

retro-reflective objects - what things may you print?

  • Fashion accessoires
  • savety gadgets for bikers
  • to sew on patches,
  • laser reflective
  • big distance marking points
  • parts for experimental cars
They will „glow“ when lighted up by other light beams at road or highways. The filament is flexible and filled with millions of reflective pigments. This pigments occour as little dots out of the ourface of filament and ofcourse after printing. They send incoming light back, as the drawing describes

Printing
  • 4 mm nozzle, sticks well at roughened capton and most other
  • cold to 60° plattform
  • 210°C / cold (20°C) or hot plattform
  • best refl. effect with low !!! feeding rate


LayFilaments Laywood-Flex - 2-85 mm - 0-25 kg

LayFilaments Laywood-Flex - 2-85 mm - 0-25 kg

LayFilaments new version of their now classical wood filamnet - LAYWOOD-FLEX.

German inventor Kai Parthy is back again with anohter intresting filament.

His latest fiddling has given the added property of flexibility to his wood filament, Laywoo-D3. Laywood -Flex brings the bendability of tree branches to 3D printable filament, without being rubber-like.

Laywood prints are otherwise quite rigid with high tensile strength and tend to break faster, but Laywood-Flex has a higher elasticity with slightly lower tensile strength. As Kai points out, More than 2 years has gone and some more filaments have been developed in my garage and I wanted to come back to LAYWOOD (TM) again, making it better or more flexible as some sorts of wood in real nature are also bendable. So I added some flexibilizers and got a proper result which is in sum a thermoplastic polymer-composite, made from harmless ingredients.

You can see the FLEX filament in the clip above. In a nutshell, LAYWOOD has a higher tensile strength, but will break under enough pressure. LAYWOOD-FLEX, meanwhile, has a lower tensile strength, but has a far higher degree of elasticity. Perfect for 3D printing belts, imitations of wooden decorations or even small pieces of furniture (and whatever else your making mind comes up with).

  • No (or minimal) warping
  • Rough or smooth surfaces that can be sanded
  • 3D printable tree-rings (185 to 255°C) are possible, depending on temperature and printing speeds. Elasticity will be higher on darker layers.
  • Sticks well to ABS-paint on cold platforms or blue tape.
  • Print directly on capton-tape with a 50°C platform .
  • Contains ~ 35 % recycled wood, as well as harmless binders made by co-polyesters.
  • Nozzle: 0.5 mm.

 



LayFilaments BendLay-2 Flex - 2-85 mm - 0-25 kg

LayFilaments BendLay-2 Flex - 2-85 mm - 0-25 kg

New more flexible version of Bendlay filament from inventor Kai Parthy.

Bendlay flex properties:
is clear
best layer adhesion
print at 240-250°, bed 80°
onto capton tape or ABS paint
low odor !
less warp
you may print tight flexible bottles
extendible up to 300%

Wath Bendlay-2 Flex comparison to Bendlay in the video below:

Read more about this great filamen on www.3ders.org
http://www.3ders.org/articles/20150114-laywoo-d3-inventor-kai-parthy-unveils-bendlay-flex-3d-printing-filament.html

 



LayFilaments BendLay-2 Flex - 1-75 mm - 0-25 kg

LayFilaments BendLay-2 Flex - 1-75 mm - 0-25 kg

New more flexible version of Bendlay filament from inventor Kai Parthy.

Bendlay flex properties:
is clear
best layer adhesion
print at 240-250°, bed 80°
onto capton tape or ABS paint
low odor !
less warp
you may print tight flexible bottles
extendible up to 300%

Wath Bendlay-2 Flex comparison to Bendlay in the video below:

Read more about this great filamen on www.3ders.org
http://www.3ders.org/articles/20150114-laywoo-d3-inventor-kai-parthy-unveils-bendlay-flex-3d-printing-filament.html

 



PORO-LAY - LAYFELT - 1-75 mm - 0-25 kg

PORO-LAY - LAYFELT - 1-75 mm - 0-25 kg

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PORO-LAY - GELLAY - 3-00 mm - 0-25 kg

PORO-LAY - GELLAY - 3-00 mm - 0-25 kg

GEL-LAY is the newest innovation from the creator of LAYBRICK, LAYWOO-D3, and BendLay. GEL-LAY is a jelly-like material which is ideal for creating artificial body parts, marine animals, floatables, or anything else that is squishy!GEL-LAY is part rubber-elastomeric polymer and part PVA. Once you rinse this material in water only the rubber polymer remains as your micro-porous and flexible object.Please read this article in 3ders.org for getting some backround. http://www.3ders.org/articles/20131222-printing-porous-and-fibrous-3d-objects-with-new-filament-line-poro-lay.html

PORO-LAY - GELLAY - 1-75 mm - 0-25 kg

PORO-LAY - GELLAY - 1-75 mm - 0-25 kg

GEL-LAY is the newest innovation from the creator of LAYBRICK, LAYWOO-D3, and BendLay. GEL-LAY is a jelly-like material which is ideal for creating artificial body parts, marine animals, floatables, or anything else that is squishy!GEL-LAY is part rubber-elastomeric polymer and part PVA. Once you rinse this material in water only the rubber polymer remains as your micro-porous and flexible object.Please read this article in 3ders.org for getting some backround. http://www.3ders.org/articles/20131222-printing-porous-and-fibrous-3d-objects-with-new-filament-line-poro-lay.html

PORO-LAY - LAYFOMM 60 - 3-00 mm - 0-25 kg

PORO-LAY - LAYFOMM 60 - 3-00 mm - 0-25 kg

LAY-FOMM 60 is the newest innovation from the creator of LAYBRICK, LAYWOO-D3, and BendLay. LAY-FOMM 60 is a foamy material and is highly porous. LAY-FOMM 60 is part rubber-elastomeric polymer and part PVA. Once you rinse this material in water only the rubber polymer remains as your micro-porous and flexible object. LAY-FOMM 60 is slightly firmer than LAY-FOMM 40.Please read this article in 3ders.org for getting some backround. http://www.3ders.org/articles/20131222-printing-porous-and-fibrous-3d-objects-with-new-filament-line-poro-lay.html

PORO-LAY - LAYFOMM 60 - 1-75 mm - 0-25 kg

PORO-LAY - LAYFOMM 60 - 1-75 mm - 0-25 kg

LAY-FOMM 60 is the newest innovation from the creator of LAYBRICK, LAYWOO-D3, and BendLay. LAY-FOMM 60 is a foamy material and is highly porous. LAY-FOMM 60 is part rubber-elastomeric polymer and part PVA. Once you rinse this material in water only the rubber polymer remains as your micro-porous and flexible object. LAY-FOMM 60 is slightly firmer than LAY-FOMM 40.Please read this article in 3ders.org for getting some backround. http://www.3ders.org/articles/20131222-printing-porous-and-fibrous-3d-objects-with-new-filament-line-poro-lay.html

PORO-LAY - LAYFOMM 40 - 3-00 mm - 0-25 kg

PORO-LAY - LAYFOMM 40 - 3-00 mm - 0-25 kg

LAY-FOMM 40 is the newest innovation from the creator of LAYBRICK, LAYWOO-D3, and BendLay. LAY-FOMM 40 is a foamy material and is highly porous. LAY-FOMM 40 is part rubber-elastomeric polymer and part PVA. Once you rinse this material in water only the rubber polymer remains as your micro-porous and flexible object.We recommend printing LAY-FOMM 40 between 220°-230°C. However, remember that each printer is slightly different so you may need to increase or decrease the temperature by 5°C until your print looks perfect!Please read this article in 3ders.org for getting some backround. http://www.3ders.org/articles/20131222-printing-porous-and-fibrous-3d-objects-with-new-filament-line-poro-lay.html

POROLAY - LAYFOMM 40 - 1-75 mm - 0-25 kg

POROLAY - LAYFOMM 40 - 1-75 mm - 0-25 kg

LAY-FOMM 40 is the newest innovation from the creator of LAYBRICK, LAYWOO-D3, and BendLay. LAY-FOMM 40 is a foamy material and is highly porous. LAY-FOMM 40 is part rubber-elastomeric polymer and part PVA. Once you rinse this material in water only the rubber polymer remains as your micro-porous and flexible object. We recommend printing LAY-FOMM 40 between 220°-230°C. However, remember that each printer is slightly different so you may need to increase or decrease the temperature by 5°C until your print looks perfect! Please read this article in 3ders.org for getting some backround. http://www.3ders.org/articles/20131222-printing-porous-and-fibrous-3d-objects-with-new-filament-line-poro-lay.html



LayBrick Sandstein Filament - 2-85 mm - 250 g

LayBrick Sandstein Filament - 2-85 mm - 250 g

LayBrick looks and feels like sandstone and is just great for architecture models and landscapes.

Printed objects can also be colored and easely grinded.

  • For architecture models / landscapes
  • No plastic feeling
  • Printed objects can be coloured and easely grinded
  • Stics well on print bed,
  • No heated bed necessary
  • Contains natural mineralic fillers (super-fine milled chalk) and harmless co-polyesters
  • A new Filament - for huge objects / architecture models
  • (use the entire space of your jumbo printer)
  • Size of the object in video: 30 x 20 x 2 cm 11.8 x 7.9 x 0.8 inch
  • Very rough surface, near sandstone
  • Ideal for jumboprinters
  • Near zero warp !!!
Recommended print settings:

  • Print temp: 165°C to 210°C, smooth to rough surface, 165°C less to 210°C more oozing
  • You may print layer-thickness from 0.1 mm to 0.5 mm
  • Slicing: object fill max. 25%, fan needs to be on
  • It´s recommended to print in rooms with min. 20° Celsius. Colder more brittle
  • If you print with code M227 // values f.e. S:30000 P 10000
  • Wait after printing until object is hardened, then remove it from platform
  • Temperature stabil to about 70° Celsius
Beta version:

Means that the grey colour of the filament may change in nuances, the filament is also a little maiden, it may brake while bending, you should be sure (especially during a long print) that you can feed a broken part of filament again in your printer.

Package:

250 grams of 1.75mm LayBrick Filament

 



LayBrick Sandstein Filament - 1-75 mm - 250 g

LayBrick Sandstein Filament - 1-75 mm - 250 g

LayBrick looks and feels like sandstone and is just great for architecture models and landscapes.

Printed objects can also be colored and easely grinded.

  • For architecture models / landscapes
  • No plastic feeling
  • Printed objects can be coloured and easely grinded
  • Stics well on print bed,
  • No heated bed necessary
  • Contains natural mineralic fillers (super-fine milled chalk) and harmless co-polyesters
  • A new Filament - for huge objects / architecture models
  • (use the entire space of your jumbo printer)
  • Size of the object in video: 30 x 20 x 2 cm 11.8 x 7.9 x 0.8 inch
  • Very rough surface, near sandstone
  • Ideal for jumboprinters
  • Near zero warp !!!
Recommended print settings:

  • Print temp: 165°C to 210°C, smooth to rough surface, 165°C less to 210°C more oozing
  • You may print layer-thickness from 0.1 mm to 0.5 mm
  • Slicing: object fill max. 25%, fan needs to be on
  • It´s recommended to print in rooms with min. 20° Celsius. Colder more brittle
  • If you print with code M227 // values f.e. S:30000 P 10000
  • Wait after printing until object is hardened, then remove it from platform
  • Temperature stabil to about 70° Celsius
Beta version:

Means that the grey colour of the filament may change in nuances, the filament is also a little maiden, it may brake while bending, you should be sure (especially during a long print) that you can feed a broken part of filament again in your printer.

Package:

250 grams of 1.75mm LayBrick Filament

 





 

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